A. Gordon
Hatshepsut' accession.
Fri Feb 27, 2009 09:46
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An accession date for Hatshepsut of about 1473 BCE would be far more accurate.

  • Solar Eclipses Visible in Ancient EgyptCullom, Sun Feb 15 09:19
    Hello Sherry, The time of Hatshepsut's accession is open to debate. I have her claiming to be the king by 1113 B.C. This is a year when a solar eclipse may have been visible in Egypt, so there may... more
    • Hatshepsut' accession. — A. Gordon, Fri Feb 27 09:46
      • Hatshepsut's AccessionCullom, Fri Feb 27 18:45
        Hello A. Gordon, I prefer to rely on the information from ancient Egypt rather than the calculations of modern scholars. The genealogies of the TIP, the inscriptions of the 19th dynasty and Manetho... more
        • Re: Hatshepsut's AccessionMonkton, Sat Feb 28 02:32
          "I prefer to rely on the information from ancient Egypt rather than the calculations of modern scholars. The genealogies of the TIP, the inscriptions of the 19th dynasty and Manetho point to a much... more
          • Hatshepsut's AccessionCullom, Sat Feb 28 09:16
            Hello, While it is true that Hatshepsut is not mentioned by subsequent 'dynasties', the total structure of Egyptian evidence, incuding the lack of any evidence for the alleged years 10-20 of Ramesses ... more
            • Re: Hatshepsut's AccessionMonkton, Sat Feb 28 10:39
              "While it is true that Hatshepsut is not mentioned by subsequent 'dynasties', the total structure of Egyptian evidence, incuding the lack of any evidence for the alleged years 10-20 of Ramesses II,... more
              • Hatshepsut's AccessionCullom, Sat Feb 28 13:24
                Hello, You are thinking backward here. If the TIP is shorter, by about 175 years, then it must have begun later, not 'when it began'. The TIP is securely connected to later periods, which are... more
                • Re: Hatshepsut's AccessionMonkton, Sun Mar 1 01:28
                  "You are thinking backward here. If the TIP is shorter, by about 175 years, then it must have begun later, not 'when it began'. The TIP is securely connected to later periods, which are securely... more
                  • Hatshepsut's accessionCullom, Sun Mar 1 10:36
                    Hello again, I don't know where to begin with my response. I don't like evidence bashing. I prefer to read the inscriptions and evidence as it written. You say that Twosret and Siptah are mentioned... more
                    • Re: Hatshepsut's accessionMonkton, Sun Mar 1 23:51
                      'I don't know where to begin with my response. I don't like evidence bashing. I prefer to read the inscriptions and evidence as it written." Don't you mean as translated? "You say that Twosret and... more
              • Re: Hatshepsut's AccessionMonkton, Sat Feb 28 10:51
                The correct spelling is Uluburun and it was a scarab of Nefertiti that was found, not a ring. Tests on firewood from the wreck revealed a date circa 1300 BC.
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